This Unhealthy Childhood Attachment Could Be the Cause of Your Recurring Attraction to Negative People.  

The Daily Mail claimed in 2013 that couples often "settle". The facts in this essay has resonated with me throughout the years.  

According to a study of 2,000 adults, 73% had "made do" with their relationship since their "true love" eluded them.   

Overall, poll respondents are settling for less than pure love in their romantic relationships. These people can get entangled in toxic relationships with persons they don't like.  

I have also observed numerous couples repeating the breakup-reunion cycle. Why is the percentage of individuals who refuse true love so high, and what can we do?  

The social sciences have studied these and other relationship concerns, which are difficult to answer.  

Psychology's attachment theory may solve these relationship issues. What's attachment theory? Attachment theory is "a psychological model attempting to describe the dynamics of long-term and short-term interpersonal relationships between humans.  

Attachment theory was created by psychoanalysts Mary Ainsworth (1913–1999) and John Bowlby (1907–1990) to understand the sorrow of separated infants.   

These researchers found that infants would do surprising things to stay with their parents or find them. These included sobbing, clutching, and desperately seeking their caretaker. 

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